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About the Webinar
As we started embracing Big Data and NoSQL across a number of projects, it quickly became clear that one technology is not going to be a solution for all of our needs. In this talk we share our experiences with polyglot persistence. We begin by outlining the issues relational technology has with scalability and new data formats. We then illustrate the examples of dominant NoSQL technologies and how they fit into the big picture. We explore the polyglot persistence in the cloud and its relationship with Microservices.
You will benefit from getting a clear picture of what type of NoSQL data store is a good match for different data processing pieces of puzzle and how to make an optimal choice when selecting pragmatic polyglot solutions.
- What is polyglot persistence?
- The relational database problems
- Taming big data with Hadoop and Map Reduce
- Scalability with Key/Value and Columnar stores
- Flexibility of Document stores
- Finding connections with Graph databases
- Combining different stores in a system
- Cloud and polyglot persistence
- The impact of microservices
- NoSQL integration strategies
About the Speaker
Dr. Vladimir Bacvanski has two decades of engineering experience with software and data technologies in areas such as architecture and design of mission critical and distributed enterprise systems, rule-based systems and languages, modeling tools, real-time systems, agent systems, and database technologies. Vladimir has helped a number of companies including US Treasury, Federal Reserve Bank, US Navy, IBM, Dell, Hewlett Packard, JP Morgan Chase, Nokia, Lucent, Nortel Networks, General Electric, BAE Systems, AMD, and others to select, transition, and apply new software technologies. Vladimir is published worldwide and is a frequent speaker, session chair, and workshop organizer at leading industry events.